‘Difficult To Watch’: Mpls. PD Chief Responds To Video Of Officer Shooting DogsMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau has issued a statement in response to a video showing an officer shooting two dogs in their owner’s yard Saturday night, saying she has asked for an Internal Affairs use of force review.
Pride Organizers Reconsider Earlier Decision, Invite Police To March In ParadeTwin Cities Pride organizers are walking back their decision to limit police presence at Sunday's parade after meeting with law enforcement Thursday.
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Harteau Disappointed After Mayor Rejects Her North Side Inspector PickMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau says she is disappointed in Mayor Betsy Hodges’ decision to reverse her appointment of Lt. John Delmonico to Inspector of the Fourth Precinct.
MPD Adding Officers Downtown After 2 ShootingsAfter a violent and deadly weekend in downtown, Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said the department will take an aggressive approach to stopping the problem.
Mpls. Police Start Tracking Race During Traffic StopsThursday was the first day Minneapolis police started documenting the race of people they stop for questioning.
GOP: Mayor Hodges Is Blaming Trump Supporter Assault VictimsMinnesota's Republican Party accused Minneapolis' mayor Wednesday of blaming the victims of a protest that turned ugly.
Harteau Announces Shuffling Of MPD Leadership PositionsMinneapolis' police chief has announced a shuffling in leadership in the city's five precincts, as well as the creation of a new position.
Minneapolis Community Holds Rally For Suspended InspectorMembers of the community there wanted to show support for an inspector who was recently suspended.
8 Arrested During Clearing Of Protesters From 4th PrecinctEight people were arrested Thursday morning as Minneapolis police cleared protesters from the 4th precinct. For 19 days members of Black Lives Matter and the north Minneapolis community have occupied the space outside of Minneapolis Police's 4th Precinct.
Twin Cities To Receive $600K Each In Federal Grant For Police Body Cameras Minneapolis, St. Paul and the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe pilot programs for police body cameras will each receive a major boost through funds from the U.S. Department of Justice.
Minneapolis To Increase Police Presence Through Labor DayThe mayor and police chief of Minneapolis announced Wednesday that the Minneapolis Police Department will be increasing police resources in north Minneapolis as well as crime hot spots in south Minneapolis. The police department will be approving overtime for four more officers and one more supervisor in north Minneapolis -- along with four more officers in south Minneapolis – from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. every day through Labor Day.

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